Algo Communication Products is a company that has flourished through an emphasis on the growth, adaptability, and innovation contained within the communication systems that we establish for our clients. We have been in operation since 1968, and, while we do tend to be forward thinkers, sometimes there is a lot that can be learned by looking into the past. [Read more…]
Founded in 1968, Algo Communication Products Ltd. has many decades of experience under our collective belts. Throughout the extensive existence of this company, we have seen the rise of many businesses, and have provided worthwhile contributions towards the success of plenty of entrepreneurs throughout British Columbia. As a result of this extensive tenure, we have borne witness to the ebbs and flows that accompany any growing company as they expand their operation. These observations have, of course, been coupled with the emergence of new technologies, from wireless phones, all the way up to cloud tech innovations. [Read more…]
Business growth comes in all shapes and sizes. One thing for certain is that, while it is an exciting experience for companies, it can also be inherently destabilizing. There are many compelling components to growth- cash flows may flourish, staff can be engaged and enthusiastic, and one may feel that they are flirting with new business opportunities with every step forward. It is this ‘chase’ that attracts many individuals towards the world of business in the first place. [Read more…]
Working from home is a trend that isn’t about to go away any time soon. As many business owners and staff are likely aware, the past few years has witnessed a surge in the number of employees who are able to work from home. In fact, a recently published Gallup State of the American Workplace report revealed that a staggering 43% of U.S. workers spend at least some of their time working remotely, a near five percent increase from previous years. Within the sectors associated with Information Technology, around 8% of employees work from home, while 21% say they utilize their living room/office at least once per week.
Want to have a glimpse into the nightmare world of IT staff? Just close your eyes and picture wires. Lots of wires. This discomforting image is just one part of an ongoing horrific tragedy: IT staff and office workers in general are faced with an array of business applications and technologies that seemingly only become more numerous and complicated with the release of each new model or update. What may appear to be a bundle of wires or overabundance of software features can quickly become a detriment to any business, and can leave your technologically savvy co-workers pulling out their hair and quitting their jobs. [Read more…]